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Replacement REPU506801 Cigarette Lighter - Black, May Require Minor Modification
Universal Fit
$3.84
Product Details
Notes : Not suited for German ModelsWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Replacement SET-REPU506801-2 Cigarette Lighter - Black, May Require Minor Modification
Universal Fit
$7.30
Product Details
Components : (2) Cigarette LightersWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Set of 2Prop 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Replacement SET-REPU506801-3 Cigarette Lighter - Black, May Require Minor Modification
Universal Fit
$10.96
Product Details
Components : (3) Cigarette LightersWarranty : 1-year unlimited-mileage warrantyQuantity Sold : Set of 3Prop 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Flowmaster 15361 Exhaust Tip - Polished, Stainless Steel, Single, Universal, Sold individually
Universal Fit
$58.37
Product Details
Material : Stainless SteelInlet Size : 2.5 in. InletOutlet Size : 3 in. OutletLength : 12 in. LongAttachment Style : Clamp-OnColor/Finish : PolishedDesign : SingleShape : RoundEdge Style : RolledCut : Angle CutProduct Fit : UniversalQuantity Sold : Sold individually
Body Mount Kit
Energy Suspension®
Part Number: E1294102G
Universal Fit
$34.64
Product Details
Material : PolyurethaneColor/Finish : BlackQuantity Sold : KitWarranty : 2-year Energy Suspension Limited WarrantyProp 65 Warning :

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Mud Flaps, Set of 2
Husky Liners®
Part Number: H2156261
Universal Fit
$42.95
Product Details
Notes : 9.75 x 15.75 in. Mud flaps; Molded TypeColor/Finish : BlackQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : Lifetime Husky Liners limited warranty
Mud Flaps, Set of 2
Husky Liners®
Part Number: H2156331
Universal Fit
$42.95
Product Details
Notes : 11 in. W x 17.5 in. H; Molded Type; Material - Thermoplastic; FrontSeries : Husky Liners Custom FitColor/Finish : BlackQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : Lifetime Husky Liners limited warranty
Mud Flaps, Set of 2
Husky Liners®
Part Number: SET-H2156261
Universal Fit
$79.90
Product Details
Notes : 9.75 x 15.75 in.; Molded Type; Kit Components - 4 Mud Flaps; Thermoplastic Material; Front And RearSeries : Husky Liners Custom FitColor/Finish : BlackQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : Lifetime Husky Liners limited warranty
Curt 45534 Towing Starter Kit - Powdercoated Black, Steel, Sold individually
Universal Fit
$63.07
Product Details
Notes : Includes A Loaded Ball Mount, Hitch Tube Cover, Hitch Lock, Pin, And Clip; Universal FitReceiver Tube Size : 2 in.Length : 8 1/4 in.Maximum Gross Trailer Weight : 7500 lbs.Maximum Tongue Weight : 750 lbs.Material : SteelColor/Finish : Powdercoated BlackRise : 3/4 in.Drop : 2 in.Diameter : 2 in.Warranty : Lifetime Curt limited warrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 15-16 business daysQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Black Floor Mats
Westin®
Part Number: W16744141018
Universal Fit
$109.99
Product Details
Type : Molded Floor LinerRow : First And Second RowsColor/Finish : BlackQuantity Sold : 4 PiecesWarranty : Lifetime Westin limited warranty
Weathertech All-Vehicle Trim-to-Fit 11AVMCB Cargo Mat - Black, Rubber, Flat Cargo Mat, Universal, Sold individually
Universal Fit
$61.95
Product Details
Notes : Does NOT Include Weathertech Bumper Protector; Can be trimmed down to 41 in. wide and 27.5 in. long.Material : RubberType : Flat Cargo MatColor/Finish : BlackStyle : All-WeatherDimensions : 53 in. W x 36 in. LProduct Fit : UniversalSeries : Weathertech All-Vehicle Trim-to-FitWarranty : Lifetime Weathertech limited warrantyQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 1-2 Business Days
Body Mount Kit
Energy Suspension®
Part Number: E1294101R
Universal Fit
$28.33
Product Details
Material : PolyurethaneColor/Finish : RedQuantity Sold : Set of 2Warranty : 2-year Energy Suspension Limited WarrantyProp 65 Warning :

Warning SymbolWARNING: This product can expose you to chemical which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Performance Replacement Shock Absorber - Sold individually
Universal Fit
$54.34
Product Details
Notes : Gas ChargedType : Shock AbsorberSeries : Rancho RS5000XDesign : Twin-tubeCondition : NewQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyRecommended Use : Performance ReplacementProduct Fit : UniversalExtended Length : 36.04 in. Extended LengthDamping Type : Non-AdjustableAnticipated Ship Out Time : Same day - 1 business dayWarranty : Lifetime Rancho limited warrantyGas Charged : Yes
Energy Susp 9.8101G Shock Bushing - Black, Polyurethane, 1-Piece, Universal, Set of 4
Universal Fit
$4.50
Product Details
Notes : Shock Tower Bayonet End style; 7/8 in. Nipple; ID 3/8 in.; ID 5/8 in.; 5/8 in. Thick; With 4 GrommetsWarranty : 2-year Energy Suspension Limited WarrantyAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysQuantity Sold : Set of 4
MBRP T5148 Exhaust Tip - Polished, Stainless Steel, Single, Universal, Sold individually
Universal Fit
$39.99
Product Details
Material : Stainless SteelInlet Size : 2.5 in. InletOutlet Size : 3.5 in. OutletLength : 12 in. LongAttachment Style : Bolt-OnColor/Finish : PolishedDesign : SingleShape : RoundEdge Style : RolledCut : Angled CutProduct Fit : UniversalQuantity Sold : Sold individually
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Ford F-100 Pickup Customer Reviews

working great
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VERIFIED PURCHASER
Purchased on Jan 23, 2020
Install was quick and easy, fit almost perfect. It was almost flush with the consual, had to use liquid weld to keep the piece from sliding back in and out. Had to problems with the piece in its self except the negitive on one broke off and I had to just tightly tape it to the base. Still worked great! Just be prepared to do a little jerry rigging.
Purchased on May 09, 2017
Body Mount Kit
Jun 13, 2019
Great replacement part
this is a great part to replace all those dry rotted and rusted out body mounts. the only draw back with these is that they are about 1/4-1/2 inch smaller than the stock ones so you should could have issues with panels fitting right.
Purchased on Jul 29, 2012

Ford F-100 Pickup Guides

6 Amazing Facts about the Ford F-100 Pickup

  • The Ford F-100 Pickup was first introduced as the F1 in the first-generation Ford F-Series. The half-ton F1 was then renamed as the F-100 in the second-generation lineup, a new version of the series that came with better engines, bigger dimensions, and upgraded chassis.
  • The F-Series has been in the market since 1948 and has produced up to 13 generations of pickup trucks up until today. This series of pickup trucks is one of the strongest in the American truck market, even breaking some all-time records.
  • The 1953-1956 F-100 Pickup is a hit among classic truck lovers. The main attraction for this 1950s pickup truck would have to be the style. It has captured the eyes of classic truck fans with its rugged charm and tough look. With its set-back front axle, the pickup has a nose-heavy look, which is one of its distinctive features.
  • The 1950s F-100 Pickup went through some styling changes and some upgrades for safety, comfort, and performance. These include the Y-block V-8 in 1954, which helped squeeze out better performance from the truck, the comfort features in 1955, and the standard safety specs including an energy-absorbing steering wheel and double-grip door latches for the 1956 model. The 1956 F-100 got a new grille and stylish wraparound windshield.
  • The F-100 Pickup has won a legion of fans among collectors. Its reliability makes the ‘50s pickup truck a popular choice among classic truck aficionados. Restoring or repairing this early Ford Series pickup is also more convenient and practical because of the availability of inexpensive replacement parts in the market.
  • Ford ceased the production of the Ranger in 2011, losing a compact pickup truck in its lineup. Years after the Ranger has left the scene, there are rumors going around saying that the Ranger may possibly make a comeback or Ford will come up with a new Ford F100, a new edition of smaller trucks. The company believes that there’s still a market for compact pickup trucks directed toward owners who can look beyond tow rating and payload capacity in exchange for fuel economy, compact size, and better price.

Ford F-100 Pickup: Usual Troubles and Their Solutions

The Ford F-100 Pickup looks buff and tough. It has a rugged look that appeals to many pickup truck lovers. But even with a mean-looking exterior, this pickup truck from Ford also has its fair share of performance problems and glitches. After thousands of miles, starting problems, transmission leaks, and alternator troubles might come up. And you have to be ready to deal with these problems to keep your pickup going for miles on end without so much of a hitch. Here are some of the common complaints by Ford F-100 owners:

Engine problems

Some Ford F-100 owners have complained about poor engine performance after their truck has reached thousands of miles. The pickup can be jump-started and driven throughout the day. But once it’s cut off, the engine won’t turn over. Some had to replace their alternators and other parts related to the issue. Another common problem with the old truck is that it won’t start at times. Even when a new distributor was installed, it would turn but wouldn’t engage. It may need to get its timing set. Users have reported that the engine won’t crank up even if there’s spark in the plugs and the wires, coils, and the distributor seem fine and properly connected. In instances like this, the distributor cap has to be removed to fix the condensation. The tips should be cleaned to eliminate corrosion. If your F-100 has reached over 100,000 miles already, the engine needs a more thorough inspection. Some parts need to be changed as a result of wear and tear over the years. Some may also need some cleaning and other maintenance service.

Common issues in older trucks

As the F-100 pickup truck gets older and accumulates more miles, among the things you have to watch out for would be the tires, brakes, and battery. You may have to replace the starter or rebuild the alternator. The transmission should be checked for fluid leaks as well. Thorough inspection should be done for preventive maintenance. The timing belt should be replaced along with other crucial parts of the engine. The truck’s suspension, fuel system, and steering should be tested since the truck may be used to carry some heavy load or may be driven on rough roads.

Keep Your Ford F-100 Pickup Looking Impressive: Maintenance Tips

The Ford F-100 Pickup belongs to the long and prestigious line of the Ford F-Series utility vehicles. Throughout the years, it has proved to be a widely acclaimed classic pickup. The power and performance delivered by this pickup is adequate, thanks to the powerful engine it comes equipped with. However, it also seems that its big attracting factor was style. The F-100 Pickup embodies the ruggedly handsome and no-nonsense look with its set-back front axle resulting to a nose-heavy impression. If you want to preserve the stately beauty of your F 100, here are some tips to keep in mind:

  • Keep it sheltered.

Take the effort to protect your pickup from harsh temperatures, particularly extreme heat and extreme cold. Of course, it is best to park in an indoor garage, but if you must park your ride outside for a considerable period of time, then make use of a non-abrasive, weatherproof car cover. In cases when you need to store the pickup for more than a month, extra preparations and precautions have to be made. Make sure that the oil and fluid supplies are fresh. It is also advisable to leave the oil tank full during times of hibernation. Change the oil filter as well. Consider placing a sheet of vapor barrier under the car to prevent water vapor buildup, which usually happens when vehicles are stored for a long time inside a garage.

  • Maintain the body paint.

One great tip in maintaining the luster of the vehicle paint is minimizing the use of detergent and soap. If your F-100 Pickup is already heavily covered with grime and dirt, you can use soap, but make sure to use small amounts. If you have cleaning compulsions, just wash the pickup with fresh water as often as you can. Quickly remove bird poop, spattered bugs, sap, and other stains because the longer they stay in the paint, the harder they will be to remove. Once all these are done, it also helps to apply some polish or wax. Choose a high-quality wax and take effort to apply it in appropriate temperatures, which is between 55 degree and 85 degree Fahrenheit. Waxing under direct sunlight can make waxing difficult and leave waxy residue on the paint.

  • Be tire-conscious.

Keeping your tires looking fresh and topnotch not only adds gleam, but helps improve driving performance as well. And, not only will your F-100 Pickup look great, but it will also ensure better traction and braking. When washing tires, use a separate bucket of soap and water to avoid spreading the grime on the rest of the body. Use a tire cleaner and scrub your tires with a feather-bristled brush. Scrub it one set at a time before moving on to the next wheel. Use a microfiber towel in drying, then apply wax. Make sure that the tires, especially the rims, are completely dry to prevent rust formation. Waxing your tire will make the rims gleam and shine while protecting the tire rubber from UV rays, which can lead to rubber corrosion. Beyond tire cleaning, also be conscious of the tire tread depth; make sure it has not reached 2/32 of an inch yet. Rotate the tires every 8,000 miles or every 6 months, especially when the vehicle is frequently used.

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